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Wavelets and Multi-Scale Edge Detection

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Brody Johnson, SLU

What
  • Computer Science Seminar
When Tue, Jan 27, 2004
from 03:45 PM to 04:45 PM
Where RH 316
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Abstract: In the early 1990's Mallat and Zhong developed a wavelet-based technique for the characterization of one- and two-dimensional signals in terms of their multi-scale edges. Understanding such edges is important in applications like pattern recognition or computer vision. This talk is intended to give an overview of the Mallat-Zhong approach through basic theory and numerical examples. No familiarity with wavelets is assumed.

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